A collection of stuff, things, nonsense, rants, raves, pretties, sillies, and gee-gaws from Rev. Hugo Nebula, Ordained Minister of the Church of the SubGenius. (And boobs. Sometimes there are boobs. Just like in real life.) Thank you for reading.




Read the Printed Word!
I Like
I Follow
Posts tagged "horror"

The Evil Dead - Sam Raimi’s low budget camera rigs

(via aleskot)

"David Cronenberg: Consumed. The exhilarating debut novel by iconic filmmaker David Cronenberg: the story of two journalists whose entanglement in a French philosopher’s death becomes a surreal journey into global conspiracy…

"These parallel narratives become entwined in a gripping, dreamlike plot that involves geopolitics, 3-D printing, North Korea, the Cannes Film Festival, cancer, and, in an incredible number of varieties, sex. Consumed is an exuberant, provocative debut novel from one of the world’s leading film directors…"

(by Cronenberg Consumed)

I thought, too, of the King in Yellow wrapped in the fantastic colors of his tattered mantle, and that bitter cry of Cassilda, “Not upon us, O King, not upon us!” Feverishly I struggled to put it from me, but I saw the Lake of Hali, thin and blank, without a ripple or wind to stir it, and I saw the towers of Carcosa behind the moon. Aldebaran, the Hyades, Alar, Hastur, glided through the cloud rifts which fluttered and flapped as they passed like the scalloped tatters of the King in Yellow…”

(via Robert W. Chambers: Sentimental Horrification - The Barnes & Noble Review)

No live organism can continue for long to exist sanely under conditions of absolute reality; even larks and katydids are supposed, by some, to dream. Hill House, not sane, stood by itself against its hills, holding darkness within; it had stood so for eighty years and might stand for eighty more. Within, walls continued upright, bricks met neatly, floors were firm, and doors were sensibly shut; silence lay steadily against the wood and stone of Hill House, and whatever walked there, walked alone.
Shirley Jackson - The Haunting of Hill House.


Night of the Living Dead, the film directed by George Romero in the form of a novel, by John Russo, published by Warner Paperback Library, 1974.

(via horrorking)



Celebrate the new series of Britain’s Got Talent by wearing a slightly wrong t-shirt that happens to be slightly accurate simultaneously.




(via adogs-breakfast)

'Orphan' (2009)

'I don't think Mommy likes me very much.'

(via horrormoviefreak)


Cover art for a fictitious Criterion release of The Shining.

Artist: Gary E. Irwin

(via suicideblonde)

Pan Macmillan is to launch a horror writing prize in memory of author James Herbert.

"The James Herbert Award for Horror Writing will be awarded annually, and aims to discover and publicise a new generation of horror authors. The winner will receive a cheque for £2,000 and a specially designed commemorative statuette…"

""Plug it up, plug it up," yell Carrie’s classmates in the extraordinary opening to Stephen King's debut novel. Carietta White, bullied for years at school, the daughter of a domineering, ultra-religious mother and the owner of unsuspected telekinetic powers, has just got her first period at the age of 16 while in the showers at school, and thinks she is bleeding to death.

""Carrie looked down at herself. She shrieked. The sound was very loud in the humid locker room," writes King.

""The laughter, disgusted, contemptuous, horrified, seemed to rise and bloom into something jagged and ugly, and the girls were bombarding her with tampons and sanitary napkins, some from purses, some from the broken dispenser on the wall."

"That story, written by a 26-year-old teacher and laundry worker and published for the first time on 5 April 1974, would go on to transform King’s life…"